Course acknowledgments

Thank you!

We would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the course from the School’s MARCH Centre and beyond, and to thank you too for your interest and participation. We are part of a generation that has witnessed the most dramatic improvements in human survival but for women, newborns, children and adolescents around the world, even more improvements are possible if we collectively use this evidence to take action.

Lead educator: Professor Joy Lawn
Course developers: Nisso Nurova and Dr Andy Young
Weekly leads: Professor Helen Weiss, Nisso Nurova, Professor Wendy Graham, Professor Joy Lawn, Dr Marko Kerac and Professor Audrey Prost


Many people have been involved in the development of this course and we would like to thank them for their hard work and valuable contributions.

Contributors from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Gloria Nyamungu Acidri
Corinne Armstrong
Bilal Avan Agnes Becker
Lenka Beňová
Rebecca Best
Hannah Blencowe
Magdalena Bondos
Joanna Busza
Clara Calvert
Oona Campbell
Jaya Chandna
Kathryn Church
John Cleland
Simon Cousens
Jenny Cresswell
Val Curtis
Alan Dangour
Louise-Tina Day
Pat Doyle
Rashida Ferrand
Dominic Forrest
Josie Gallo
Wendy Graham
Claudia Hanson
Victoria Ponce Hardy
Marko Kerac
Isabelle Lange
Callum Leak
Cicely Marston
Melisa Martinez-Alvarez
Susannah Mayhew
Sarah Moxon
Nisso Nurova
Uduak Okomo
Shefali Oza
Peter Piot
Andrew Prendergast
Andrew Prentice
Caroline Rogers
Carine Ronsmans
Robin Basu Roy
Harriet Ruysen
Jessie Schmitz
Gaurav Sharma
Neha Singh
Christopher Smith
Lydia Di Stefano
Kes Stern
Heidi Stoeckl
Joyce Wamoyi
Christopher Whitty
Susannah Woodd
Andy Young

Contributors from other organisations

Marleen Temmerman (The Aga Khan University)
Ashish KC (Golden Community and Uppsala University)
Gagan Gupta (UNICEF)
Audrey Prost (University College London)
Marge Berer (International Campaign for Women’s Right to Safe Abortion)
Kim Dickson (UNICEF)
Beverly Jane Ferguson (World Health Organization)
Mark Jordans (Kings College London)
Gwyneth Lewis (University College London)
David Meddings (World Health Organization)
Joan Summers (Marie Stopes International)
Addis Tamire Woldemariam (Ministry of Health of Ethiopia)
Mariam Claeson (Global Financing Facility, World Bank)
Sara Nam (Options)

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Improving the Health of Women, Children and Adolescents: from Evidence to Action

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine